Monthly Archives: October 2011

An “Aha” Moment during the Euro Crisis Talk – Courtesy of European Tuckies

A few days ago the Tuck community had the privilege of hearing from two respected economists about the Euro crisis. Senior Associate Dean Bob Hansen and Associate Dean Matt Slaughter (both Americans) provided some great insights on the topic, approaching … Continue reading

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A lesson on cross-cultural communication

I have been thinking about our T’13s, who are tackling their first term at Tuck in multi-cultural study groups. There is a great deal of emphasis on the “hard” skills in the Tuck curriculum, and appropriately so. However, “soft” skills … Continue reading

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